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Notes From the Desk: And They’re Off...

December 13, 2000
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I have some good news and some bad news for you. The bad news is that Commercial Floor Care as a supplement will be put to rest following this issue. The good news is that it will reappear as a full-fledged quarterly magazine in February 2001! We can only thank you, our reader, for making Commercial Floor Care a successful publication.

Throughout this final supplemental issue, we have remained persistent in our principle goal of providing informative and stimulating articles. Included within the page’s of this issue are: Finding Value in Floor Care—Seven Rules for Choosing a Floor Finish (Page 8); Extending the Strip Cycle—Aggressive Scrubbing (Page 16); and Troubleshooting Commercial Carpet Problems (Page20). You’ll also find in this issue expanded Industry News, Education & Networking and New Products sections, as well as our signature Product & Literature Guide.

Look for the next issue of Commercial Floor Care in February 2001. I promise to bring you the most comprehensive and up-to-date information available on commercial floor care.

As always, I’m open to your suggestions, comments and concerns. I wish you success.

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Commercial Floor Care welcomes your views on any industry issue.

We reserve the right to edit letters for length, grammar and clarity. Please send letters to: Arpi Nalbandian, CFC Editor, 22801 Ventura Blvd., Suite 115, Woodland Hills, CA 91364; via e-mail:; or fax: (818) 224-8042.

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